Balance Time

When you have ADHD, living in intention takes a little practice. Sometimes your attention gets hijacked and you can end up spending a lot of time doing something that you didn’t even set out to do in the first place. Part of living a balanced life is learning to do a little of this and […]


You Are Your Values

Did you know the principles you live by guide your thoughts and actions? We’re all different as individuals and have unique value systems, which have developed over time. When you have ADHD it’s easy to get distracted and not take the time to think about what’s really important to you. Sometimes as a consequence you […]


From Majorly Messy to Micromanager

When you’re in the midst of working your hardest, learning to manage a disorder like ADHD, it is easy to go from one extreme to the other. You see, my life is pretty chaotic to begin with, I’m a very emotional person at times and I can be a little — ahem — intense. I like to be the […]


With ADHD, Clarity May Seem Elusive

clarity [klar-i-tee] Spell Syllables noun 1. Clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; freedom from indistinctness or ambiguity. (dictionary.reference.com)   Having a set, clear, focus about what we’re doing isn’t as easy as it sounds. Why? There can be several reasons. Life gets in the way. Our other responsibilities can take over. We don’t know […]


How to Ramp Up Your Social I.Q. When You Have ADHD

Social Intelligence is the measure of how well you get along with others, right? After some research, I discovered it’s more than just that. It involves both self and social awareness, which can be challenging for folks with ADHD. Introspection and awareness of subtle social cues takes a level of mindfulness that people with ADHD must […]